Habs Force Game Seven – Beat Bruins 2-1 – Flyers Move On – Chicago at Vancouver – NHL Scores – April 26, 2011

Cornwall ON – Carey Price is one happy goalie as his team played extremely strong in front of him led by Mike Cammalleri  who notched 2 points in Montreal’s 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins which means it’s time for game seven!

Milan Lucic took a game penalty after a brutal hit on Jaroslav Spacek which led to a Montreal power play.

The rest was essentially typical Jacques Martin hockey held together by Carey Price who got a well deserved win.

Flyers goalie of the day, Brian Boucher is working on a shut out as the Flyers lead Buffalo 4-0 as of press time.

Chicago at Vancouver game seven is slated up next!

What do you think Hockey fans?  You can post your comments below.

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2 Responses to "Habs Force Game Seven – Beat Bruins 2-1 – Flyers Move On – Chicago at Vancouver – NHL Scores – April 26, 2011"

  1. Doug   April 26, 2011 at 9:09 PM

    This Habs – Bruins game was so lousy, I’m not even looking forward to a game 7. I wanted Boston to win but, that is not why the general disappointment in the game. I found the play to be so sloppy & lacking talent. Boston could only score a cheap goal and Montreal could only score with 2 extra men. Boston played extremely dumb, to make it worst. I find round 1 hockey to have a lot of poor passing; blind passes; over-playing the puck and the list goes on. Vancouver & Chicago are playing a good round. Meanwhile, one will get knocked out while, unfortunately, Boston or Montreal will more on.

  2. Doug   April 26, 2011 at 9:10 PM

    ooppps — move* on. lol

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